Addiction/Recovery

Abstinence: Still the Best Choice

Abstinence: Still the Best Choice

As a person who has struggled with addiction to alcohol and drugs, I would be foolish to drink. But what about the Christian who has never had such problems? Is there anything wrong with what is considered social drinking? I believe there are at least four compelling reasons why abstinence should be the norm for all followers of Christ:

Helping Children from Addicted and Dysfunctional Families

Helping Children from Addicted and Dysfunctional Families

Support Groups for Christians

Support Groups for Christians

Most Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

Theology of Christian Recovery

Theology of Christian Recovery

The primary distinctives that differentiate Christian Recovery from other approaches to life change lie in our approach to spirituality. Here are some of the major theological tenants of the Christian approach to recovery.

Issues of Personal Boundaries in Counseling - Part II

Issues of Personal Boundaries in Counseling - Part I I
by Michael Liimatta, AGRM Director of Education 

How much of my own personal struggles should I share with counselees?

Issues of Personal Boundaries in Counseling - Part I

Issues of Personal Boundaries in Counseling - Part I
by Michael Liimatta, AGRM Director of Education 

What do you mean when you say that program staff members should practice "professional distance"?

Issues of Personal Boundaries in Counseling - Part III

Issues of Personal Boundaries in Counseling - Part III
by Michael Liimatta, AGRM Director of Education 

How should counselors respond to the client's boundaries?

What's New at the Alcoholics Victorious Web Site

What's New at This Web Site

The Emotional Dimension of Recovery - Part Four

The Emotional Dimension of Recovery - Part Four
by Michael Liimatta, AGRM Director of Education

The Role of Anger in Recovery 

The Emotional Dimension of Recovery - Part Three

The Emotional Dimension of Recovery - Part Three
by Michael Liimatta, AGRM Director of Education

The Role of Grief 

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